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The reason for our visit to San Francisco was to see the Romeo and Juliet Ballet in a world class venue. This hotel is practically across the street from that location in an excellent and untouristy part of the city.
We had booked a suite...More
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Response from SeanPierson, Assistant General Manager at Inn at the OperaResponded 14 March 2012
Thank you so much for your kind words and review about your recent stay at the Inn at the Opera. I hope that you visit us again when travelling to San Frnacisco.
One of those small boutique hotels with character that you mostly see in Europe. The rooms are not huge but comfortable enough and clean. I loved the area in spite of it being a little off the beaten path - well connected with public transportation...More
This was our third visit to the Inn at the Opera in San Francisco. It is a delightful place to stay--European in feel, modern in concept and staffed by the most accommodating people! Even though it is not in the center of downtown, it is...More
Inn at the Opera is a small, boutique hotel located off the beaten path in San Francisco. I visit San Francisco every couple of years for business and I've stayed at various hotels near the Moscone Center, on Nob Hill and near the major shopping...More
My husband and I spent 5 nights at the Inn at the Opera and had a wonderful time. We had an Opera suite which gave us a master bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, small kitchen and eating area and a separate roomn with a pull-out sofa...More
Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.
I'm sure they would let you pay for your guest's breakfast. It's based on honor system. People just go to breakfast from their rooms. I'm sure the hotel won't know how many people in your party since there is no checking... More
I'm sure they would let you pay for your guest's breakfast. It's based on honor system. People just go to breakfast from their rooms. I'm sure the hotel won't know how many people in your party since there is no checking at breakfast. That said, I would be honest and frank with the front desk and ask them about purchasing breakfast for a non-guest.
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"Rooms away from the street are quieter. Rooms on the street will have a view."